V. THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CLINIC, PRACTICUM, AND INTERNSHIP REQUIREMENTS
The Psychological Clinic is a training unit of GSAPP. It provides a full complement of outpatient services, including psychological and learning disabilities assessment, and individual, group, and family psychotherapy. A sliding scale is available in order to provide services to those who may not otherwise be able to afford high quality therapeutic care. Most services are provided by advanced doctoral students who are closely supervised by faculty.
All clinical and school students are required to see a minimum number of clients through the Psychological Clinic. Please contact the Clinic as early as possible in the semester(s) in which you wish to pick up new clients.
A request for a Psychological Clinic Case and/or Supervisor Assignment Form can be obtained from the Clinic Coordinators or the Clinic Office Manager.
Case supervision is provided by faculty on campus, and also by a large cadre of professional psychologists in the local and extended community. With this wide range of supervisors, students can avail themselves of many approaches and orientations to practice.